By Donald Freed and Raymond P. Briggs, PhD. A highly self-serious re-presentation of alllll the evidence in the Simpson case, using the conceit that the reader is the jury and can now decide what really happened...with the aid, I suspect, of a healthy serving of victim-blaming.
The jacket of this first edition isn't in great shape -- a couple of tears along the top front edge, and some smudges -- but as with so many ancillary Simpson tomes, the pages look so clean as to seem unread, and the spine is straight. Some mild rubbing to the boards on the bottom. A solid reading copy.